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September
Legendary speaker shares "Power of Peace" with teens
Teens from Orchard View were the first to hear from legendary speaker and author Kit Cummings as he began a two-day tour of schools in the Muskegon area.  Sharing his message of the "Power of Peace," Cummings will speak to over 750 students from Holton, Orchard View, Muskegon and Muskegon Heights over the next two days.
August
Youth make a difference at State Parks
Eight Muskegon Area youth are having a busy summer as part of a pilot project working at the Hoffmaster and Muskegon/Duck Lake State Park sites.  The youth, ages 18 to 20, are part of a paid on-the-job training program through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation Division, Michigan Rehabilitation Services, and the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD).  Job coaches guide the youth and assist them in overcoming disabilities as they practice critical employability skills like problem solving, teamwork, and performing basic maintenance duties around the park or recreation area.
Nationally known author Jamie Vollmer
to speak at Reeths-Puffer
Jamie Vollmer, author of the highly acclaimed book Schools Cannot Do It Alone, is coming to Muskegon's Reeths-Puffer High School Rocket Centre on Wednesday, August 20, 2014, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. to talk about what educators, parents, business partners, and the community can do to help every child reach his/her full potential. The event is free and will conclude with a drawing for a free iPad provided by Best Financial Credit Union.
July
MAISD to purchase medical building
to house expanded services
Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) Superintendent John Severson announced today that the MAISD is moving ahead with the purchase of the Oakview Medical Building located at 684 Harvey Street, next to the MAISD main office in Muskegon. Severson said the building purchase is a solution to a space problem that has plagued the district for several years, due to expanded programs and services for local schools.

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